A web 2.0 case tool supporting packaged software implementation

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A web 2.0 case tool supporting packaged software implementation is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Wu H., Arnaout G. and published in ICEIS 2008 - Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems.

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Companies increasingly rely on implementing packaged software instead of developing custom solutions. Packaged software implementation (PSI) is the process to solve business problems by customizing and integrating an off-the-shelf software package. However, there has been a lack of CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) tools to support PSI. This paper presents a Web 2.0 based tool that supports casebased reasoning in PSI. The tool helps users explore past design cases, find a similar case, and reuse the design for that case in new problem situations. Our belief is that by utilizing the social power of a large group of users, better designs can be achieved at lower risks and lower costs.

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